Caltabiano Added to Men's Soccer Coaching Staff
Roy Dunshee, who was named Washington College's head men's soccer coach in April, has announced the first addition to his coaching staff - Vincent Caltabiano.
A four-year standout player at Stevenson University, Caltabiano was named the Mustangs' Most Valuable Player as a senior and served as team captain as a junior and senior. He played in every game but one over the course of his four-year career and earned NSCAA Scholar All-Region honors. He played high school soccer at Mount St. Joseph in Baltimore, winning an MIAA "A" Conference Championship as a senior.
Caltabiano spent the last two seasons as a graduate assistant coach at his alma mater, where his duties included recruiting as well as coaching the junior varsity team. He has also spent six years as a trainer for Coerver Coaching, performing team training and working at camps in Maryland, Illinois, and Massachusetts. He holds an NSCAA Level VI Diploma.
Caltabiano earned a B.A. in Business Administration from Stevenson in 2010 and an M.A. in Business Technology from the school in 2012.
Caltabiano's duties at Washington College will include recruiting and functionally training forwards and attacking midfielders.